In a statement released by the White House, it was announced that U.S. President Joe Biden had a conversation with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni on Monday regarding the recent brief uprising led by Russian mercenaries against the Kremlin.
The statement also revealed that Biden extended an invitation to Meloni to visit the White House in July.
The phone call between Biden and Meloni is part of the U.S. President’s ongoing efforts to engage with key allies and discuss the developments in Russia. The statement emphasized that both leaders expressed their unwavering support for Ukraine amidst the situation.
Additionally, Biden and Meloni touched upon the preparations for the upcoming NATO summit scheduled to take place in Vilnius next month. They also discussed recent developments in North Africa, highlighting the importance of continued cooperation and coordination between the United States and Italy.
The conversation between Biden and Meloni underscores the close relationship between the two countries and their shared commitment to addressing global challenges and promoting stability in the international community.